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  • Man Charged In Murder-For-Hire Scheme

    (WGN-AM)- A Chicago man already in the DuPage County Jail has been charged with trying to hire an undercover sheriff's deputy as a hit man to murder his ex-wife for $3,000. John Johnson, 41, of the 5800 block of West Adams Street in the South Austin...
  • Man Charged With Soliciting Hit Man Denied Bail

    (WGN-AM)- A Chicago man wanted his ex-wife killed with "two slugs to the head" and doubled the initial asking price to have the job done by an undercover DuPage County sheriff's deputy posing as a hit man, according to a recording played in court...
  • NASA Ends Phoenix Mission on Mars

    PASADENA -- After hearing nothing from the Phoenix spacecraft in more than a week, NASA officials on Monday declared an end to the nearly six-month mission at Mars' north pole, the first to touch and taste the water on an alien planet. Phoenix sent its...
  • At last, shuttle returns to space

    KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. - With the thunderous roar of 7.5 million pounds of thrust, equivalent to the power of a small nuclear device, America re-launched its era of space flight yesterday, sending seven astronauts into orbit aboard the space shuttle...
  • Discovery likely to return safely despite debris, NASA officials say

    HOUSTON - On the day shuttle astronauts exchanged hugs and received a traditional Russian welcome of bread and salt after docking with the International Space Station, NASA said yesterday that more pieces of foam came off Discovery during the launch and...
  • NASA Watches Sky as Launch Clock Ticks

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Barring thunderstorms and last-minute technical problems, NASA officials said the space shuttle Discovery was on track to launch Wednesday. NASA managers offered a generally upbeat appraisal of the launch prospects after a...
  • Marooned

    A near-gale screams the loneliness of this remote outpost, an overgrown boulder that's a whipping post for weather sweeping across the Pacific. It's spring, sunny — and about 45 degrees with wind chill. Winter jackets are zipped to the neck. Gloves...
  • 2001 All-Southern football team: POETRY IN MOTION

    TALLAHASSEE -- It happened almost by accident. Gavin Dickey, just entering his teenage years, sat idle in his home and started to write. The words flowed onto the piece of paper. "I don't really know how I got interested in writing poetry," Dickey said....